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Rapid induction of specific associative behavioral memory by stimulation of the nucleus basalis in the rat

Alexandre A. Miasnikov, Jemmy C. Chen, Norman M. Weinberger
2006 Neurobiology of Learning and Memory  
The Wndings indicate that NB induction of speciWc behavioral associative memory, like normal memory, can develop rapidly and is accompanied by speciWc cortical plasticity, supporting the view that NB engagement  ...  during normal learning produces memory.  ...  This research was supported by research grants from the National Institutes of Health, DC-02938 and DC-05592 to N.M.W.  ... 
doi:10.1016/j.nlm.2005.12.010 pmid:16466937 pmcid:PMC3597412 fatcat:5n2jufmjhbgmflh5nbs6tk2ki4

How Implicit Beliefs Influence Trust Recovery

Michael P. Haselhuhn, Maurice E. Schweitzer, Alison M. Wood
2010 Psychological Science  
In this report, we identify a key characteristic that moderates trust recovery: implicit beliefs of moral character.  ...  Individuals who believe that moral character can change over time (incremental beliefs) are more likely to trust their counterpart following an apology and trustworthy behavior than are individuals who  ...  For example, individuals may be able to make their apologies more effective by including a message about how readily people can change.  ... 
doi:10.1177/0956797610367752 pmid:20483841 fatcat:td3jkz25uvdsvik5honods4fhq

CS-specific gamma, theta, and alpha EEG activity detected in stimulus generalization following induction of behavioral memory by stimulation of the nucleus basalis

Dewey E McLin III, Alexandre A Miasnikov, Norman M Weinberger
2003 Neurobiology of Learning and Memory  
Tone paired with stimulation of the nucleus basalis (NB) induces behavioral memory that is specific to the frequency of the conditioned stimulus (CS), assessed by cardiac and respiration behavior during  ...  Thus, stimulus generalization tests reveal that conditioned EEG activation is not unitary but rather reflects CS-specificity, with band-selective markers for specific, associative neural processes in learning  ...  In the present experiment, such behavioral significance was independently verified by the associative induction of behavioral memory by assaying cardiac and respiratory behavior.  ... 
doi:10.1016/s1074-7427(02)00009-6 pmid:12591224 fatcat:kh73o5tuwffbjjq63r6jjegjsy

Deep learning based behavioral profiling of rodent stroke recovery [article]

Rebecca Zoe Weber, Geertje Mulders, Julia Kaiser, Christian Tackenberg, Ruslan Rust
2021 bioRxiv   pre-print
Here, we provide a comprehensive 3D gait analysis of mice after focal cerebral ischemia based on the new deep learning-based software (DeepLabCut, DLC) that only requires basic behavioral equipment.  ...  We conclude that deep learning-based motion tracking with comprehensive post-analysis provides accurate and sensitive data to describe the complex recovery of rodents following a stroke.  ...  using open-access deep learning software, DLC.  ... 
doi:10.1101/2021.08.11.455647 fatcat:wes634fcdreevknalwhelq74cu

Isoform Specificity of PKC Translocation in Living Aplysia Sensory Neurons and a Role for Ca2+-Dependent PKC APL I in the Induction of Intermediate-Term Facilitation

Y. Zhao
2006 Journal of Neuroscience  
Because PKCs are activated by translocating from the cytoplasm to the membrane, we used fluorescently tagged PKCs to determine the isoform and cell-type specificity of translocation in living Aplysia neurons  ...  Because combined 5-HT and firing are required for the induction of one type of intermediate-term facilitation at these synapses, we asked whether this form of synaptic plasticity involves activation of  ...  Discussion Properties of PKC isoforms determine different requirements for induction of synaptic plasticity The induction of different forms of synaptic plasticity and their behavioral consequences varies  ... 
doi:10.1523/jneurosci.1919-06.2006 pmid:16928874 fatcat:27vet5zbuvh4rgchz7d4p5m3w4

Asymmetric neural dynamics characterize loss and recovery of consciousness

Zirui Huang, Vijay Tarnal, Phillip E. Vlisides, Ellen L. Janke, Amy M. McKinney, Paul Picton, George A. Mashour, Anthony G. Hudetz
2021 NeuroImage  
Insight into these distinct mechanisms can be gained from a systematic comparison of neural dynamics during slow induction of and emergence from anesthesia.  ...  We conclude that the induction and recovery phases of anesthesia follow asymmetric neural dynamics.  ...  Acknowledgments This study was supported by a grant from the National Institute of General Medical Sciences of the NIH under award R01-GM103894 (to A.G.H.).  ... 
doi:10.1016/j.neuroimage.2021.118042 pmid:33848623 fatcat:wnfn3i7pibgmvgvwcrqaiom5eq

Alexithymia, Emotional Dysregulation, and Recovery From Alcoholism

Amy R. Krentzman, Margaret M. Higgins, Karen M. Staller, Emily S. Klatt
2015 Qualitative Health Research  
Findings suggest that emotion regulation is a compelling topic for those in recovery from AUD, and may deserve a more prominent role in treatment.  ...  Evidence of existing alexithymia and emotional dysregulation, dominance of negative mood, and increasing ability to identify, accept, and regulate mood as part of recovery was found.  ...  from the National Center for Advancing Translational Sciences.  ... 
doi:10.1177/1049732315577608 pmid:25810468 pmcid:PMC4425592 fatcat:lve2ba7psbcd7p4uwczsin4goe

Identification of emotional facial expressions following recovery from depression

Joelle LeMoult, Jutta Joormann, Lindsey Sherdell, Yamanda Wright, Ian H. Gotlib
2009 Journal of Abnormal Psychology  
Following a negative mood induction, participants were presented with faces whose expressions slowly changed from neutral to full intensity.  ...  Identification of facial expressions was measured by the intensity of the expression at which participants could accurately identify whether faces expressed happiness, sadness, or anger.  ...  Previous research has found that cognitive biases are present after recovery from a depressive episode but may remain dormant until activated by negative mood (see Scher et al., 2005 , for a review).  ... 
doi:10.1037/a0016944 pmid:19899852 pmcid:PMC2837802 fatcat:wqaz2vsravh5thjjvxnr3ncxx4

Recovery from Borderline Personality Disorder through Dialectical Behavior Therapy

Carla Chugani, Ashley Seiler, Tina Goldstein
2017 The Qualitative Report  
behavior therapy.  ...  We conclude that the themes presented in this article represent broad domains related to the meaning of recovery from BPD, and recognize that the relative importance of each domain is best determined by  ...  For example, suppose a person who has recovered from BPD then experiences marital infidelity.  ... 
doi:10.46743/2160-3715/2017.3008 fatcat:h4qymvsycbgstotsdudhoyn3y4

Individual differences in fear: Isolating fear reactivity and fear recovery phenotypes

David E. A. Bush, Francisco Sotres-Bayon, Joseph E. LeDoux
2007 Journal of Traumatic Stress  
In an effort to begin to understand the nature and causes of fear variability and resilience, we separated outbred Sprague-Dawley rats into high and low reactivity, and fast and slow recovery phenotypes  ...  Yet there are substantial individual differences between animals exposed to identical behavioral procedures.  ...  For example, a study in outbred CD-1 mice found correlations between fear conditioning and performance on several distinct learning tasks, suggesting that general learning ability might contribute to fear  ... 
doi:10.1002/jts.20261 pmid:17721971 fatcat:w5nzo3kevvgqfk7qxkxwblschq

Coordinated increase of reliable cortical and striatal ensemble activations during recovery after stroke

Ling Guo, Sravani Kondapavulur, Stefan M. Lemke, Seok Joon Won, Karunesh Ganguly
2021 Cell Reports  
The dorsolateral striatum (DLS) is of interest because it receives monosynaptic inputs from motor cortex and is important for learning and generation of fast reliable actions.  ...  Skilled movements rely on a coordinated cortical and subcortical network, but how this network supports motor recovery after stroke is unknown.  ...  S.M.L. was supported by a fellowship from the American Heart Association.  ... 
doi:10.1016/j.celrep.2021.109370 pmid:34260929 pmcid:PMC8357409 fatcat:6fuacpgyrvhcpb36huoilcpelu

Longitudinal dynamics of microvascular recovery after acquired cortical injury

Xiaoxiao Lin, Lujia Chen, Amandine Jullienne, Hai Zhang, Arjang Salehi, Mary Hamer, Todd C. Holmes, Andre Obenaus, Xiangmin Xu
2022 Acta Neuropathologica Communications  
Understanding the dynamic processes that influence recovery is thus critically important.  ...  We conclude that morphological recovery events are closely linked to functional recovery of blood flow to the compromised tissues, which subsequently leads to improved behavioral outcomes.  ...  Behavioral recovery coincides with vascular restoration Behavioral and functional recovery following brain injury is an important consequence of vascular restoration.  ... 
doi:10.1186/s40478-022-01361-4 pmid:35468870 pmcid:PMC9036719 fatcat:v6mayahfvvbnlfcvtko7xhp5lu

Anatomy of disaster recoveries: Tangible and intangible short-term recovery dynamics following the 2015 Nepal earthquakes

S. Jeremy, Chelsea E. Hunter, Drew Gerkey, Ram B. Chhetri, Alisa Rai, Umesh Basnet, Anudeep Dewan
2020 International Journal of Disaster Risk Reduction  
Recoveries from natural hazards that become disasters have tangible and intangible shortand long-term dynamics, which require linked quantitative and qualitative methods to understand.  ...  dynamics; and 3) documenting linkages between recovery and nascent transformations.  ...  Acknowledgements This material is based upon work supported by the National Science Foundation under Grant Numbers 1560661 and 1920958.  ... 
doi:10.1016/j.ijdrr.2020.101879 fatcat:emnsktg32bc45a7nkrb4k4h2ju

Realize, Analyze, Engage (RAE): A Digital Tool to Support Recovery from Substance Use Disorder

2021 Journal of Psychiatry and Brain Science  
RAE also aims to provide clinicians with actionable insight to understand patients' level of risk, and contextual clues for their triggers in order to provide more personalized recovery support.  ...  Current treatment strategies suffer from high rates of relapse, or return to drug use, and novel solutions are desperately needed.  ...  ACKNOWLEDGMENTS We would like to thank Amy Mcdonnell, Matt Eacott and Aware Recovery Care for their valuable input and support for the study.  ... 
doi:10.20900/jpbs.20210002 pmid:33748430 pmcid:PMC7978415 fatcat:jljimyyh5faixcsz7gvubusm5m

Movement acts in breakdown situations: How a robot's recovery procedure affects participants' opinions

Trenton Schulz, Rebekka Soma, Patrick Holthaus
2021 Paladyn: Journal of Behavioral Robotics  
Recovery procedures are targeted at correcting issues encountered by robots. What are people's opinions of a robot during these recovery procedures?  ...  behaviors in such situations.  ...  Data availability statement: The datasets generated during and/or analyzed during the current study are available from the corresponding author on reasonable request.  ... 
doi:10.1515/pjbr-2021-0027 fatcat:opjiwd3dvjd6bnq4qkyi6meh7m
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